The Proctor Transfer arrives at its namesake while an ore train holds short of the scales.
CN 567 rumbles through Grimsby bound for Pt. Robinson with a little less than a hundred cars in tow. The distinct double ditch lights on the ex-BCOL locomotive are clearly visible.
In Sept. 1987 the British Columbia Railway ran its first system-wide excursion covering every mile of track with three RDC cars. On Sept. 15 they crossed Pine Creek bridge at M.P. 16.7 on the re... (more)
As 347 stands by on Main 1, X348 goes about its switching duties with a BCOL "Cowl" in the lead.
A BC Rail barn rounds the curve, approaching Schoolhouse Road in Frankfort.
After a recrew and some work at Joliet, the extra 348 train is back underway eastbound, with a British Columbia Rail C40-8M in the lead.
A sunny, Tuesday morning finds a BC Rail led X348 at Joliet Yard.
CN's L510 serves as a Milwaukee Coke Runner today as the light power move cruises past the historic depot. They will arrive in Milwaukee's Muskego Yard within half an hour and pick up 70+ Coke Loa... (more)
An empty grain train for Paxton elevator is about to the next crew change at Champaign, IL. This train has 10 miles to go and then a new crew will jump on for the busy night trip ahead. They will ... (more)
My first leading BCOL Unit drags a CN Train down the Ex-IC just north of Arcola.
Eighteen thousand horsepower from three GF6Cs take an AAR Lubrication Test Vehicle (measuring track friction) across the Murray River Bridge just west of Tumbler Ridge townsite.
A pair of GF6Cs assist a CN-powered coal train at MP 53.4 on BC Rail's Tumbler Ridge Subdivision. 7 miles west of Tumbler Ridge.
A single GE cowl unit brings a southbound BC Rail freight around the big loop at Pavillion. The 2.2% downgrade from Kelly Lake to Lillooet is the longest on the railroad--and in the northwest.
A three-car British Columbia Railway RDC train has just arrived in Lillooet from North Vancouver late in the morning of a July day in 1978. The train is comprised of two RDC-3 railcars bracketing ... (more)